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Abul Qasim is also mentioned in the Bible?

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in response to reader comment: Evidence about Muhammed's coming in even Hindu books.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 11, 2007 at 20:56

But wait: The Christians and Jews harafu or corrupted the Bible. So why quote a corrupted book? Remember the old saying: garbage in is garbage out

If so what makes you believe that any mention of Muhammad in the Qur'an might also be tahreef? Your claims are just as bogus as your poor education. And your evidence is bogus evidence.

So if Abul Qasimm's name was indeed mentioned in the Hindu holy books then how can you be sure that he is indeed our dear Abul Qasim the caravan raider and Arabian warlord? How do you know he is not another Abul Qasim? ...Oh, and say Hi to our dear un drained.

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